Tag Archives: plants

Here and now | July 2017

Winter is definitely here; it’s been cold and cloudy, but we’ve also had cold and brilliant clear sunny days too.  Loving it! Loving //  My cleaned up sewing room – so conducive to creating Eating //  Home made pasta and … Continue reading

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In the botanical gardens

After our trip to the BWM, we decided we needed a walk, and Ma suggested the recently revamped Bendigo Botanical Gardens.  (I didn’t have my camera so these were all taken on my phone.) Dusk was beginning to fall, shadows … Continue reading

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In the garden

Ma Kettle has been visiting and I took advantage of her help on Monday making her slave away.  First we visited the nursery and bought up on plants and potting mix.  We then donned our “gardening clothes” and set to. … Continue reading

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In the garden

It’s just the very beginning of Autumn, but our Claret Ash is shedding it’s leaves even before they’ve turned colour, showering the deck and covering the lawn. I’m always amazed at how the tree fern fronds unfold and at how … Continue reading

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In Ma Kettle’s garden

We’ve just enjoyed three lovely weeks of Ma Kettle visiting us. It’s been delightful having her company; we don’t seem to have done much, but we seem to have been busy. Weird how that happens. I took Ma home on … Continue reading

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In the Kettles’ garden

While I was staying up with Ma Kettle last week, I spent some time wandering the garden. With Spring on its way, there are plenty of new shoots, new flowers and new growth on nearly every plant. Pa Kettle took … Continue reading

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In the Kettles’ (winter) garden

The Kettles’ garden is showing some colour this Winter too. I took these photos on a very cold day, ducking outside between rain storms; you can see the raindrops on leaves and flowers A bumper crop of parsley with help … Continue reading

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